Does the 2009 Chevy Cobalt have Bluetooth?

Does the 2009 Chevy Cobalt have Bluetooth? I’m looking at used cars, but I don’t know if Bluetooth would’ve been available around this time.

Melanie Mergen · Updated on
Reviewed by Shannon Martin, Licensed Insurance Agent.
Yes, the 2009
Chevy Cobalt
does have Bluetooth! In fact, this would’ve been the first model year this feature was available on the Cobalt.
It’s worth noting, that the Bluetooth feature here is geared more toward making hands-free phone calls rather than streaming music wirelessly from your phone. If you want to do the latter, however, there are plenty of
aftermarket Bluetooth adapters for older cars
that could give you the capability.
Aftermarket Bluetooth adaptors that plug into the auxiliary power outlet (cigarette lighter) cost between $10-$30. The other option is to replace the existing radio head with a Bluetooth compatible one, which will run between $100-$500.
In addition to Bluetooth, a 2009
Cobalt will have a USB port, satellite radio, AM/FM radio, a CD player, and an MP3 player through a Pioneer sound system.
Whatever vehicle you decide is the right one for you, remember to make sure it’s covered by the right
car insurance
MORE: 7 things to look for when buying a used car
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